Category Archives: Professional Development

Interested in opening your own Child Care Center or Family Child Care Learning Home? You can now complete the required Licensure Orientation Meeting (LOM) online and at your own pace. Now it’s more convenient than ever to get started on your early childcare career. These pre-service trainings are required for all CCLC and FCCLH applicants… Read more »

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ATTENTION….. this summer Augusta Technical college is offering all Early Learning Professionals a great opportunity to earn your TCC (Technical Certificate of Credit) ONLINE this summer!!! Full details can be found on the official announcement flyer by clicking here. Summer Semester: June 1 – August 14, 2020 If you have any questions please contact the… Read more »

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Good Afternoon, We are excited to announce our 2020 Peer Support Network (PSN) meeting opportunities. Please see the attached flyer for the Peer Support Network Meeting (PSN) training dates. The Quality Rated Peer Support Network (PSN) was created by child care providers to share ideas, success stories, and lessons learned during the Quality Rated experience…. Read more »

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Now available on iOS and Android, the all new Cox Campus app lets you take the power of our free, online learning platform on the go. Download the app today to meet the needs of every child as we work to eradicate illiteracy. Giving you the tools you need, when you need them. Get it… Read more »

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This week, infants, toddlers and the adults who love and serve them lost a friend and advocate in J. Ronald Lally.  Ron served most recently, as the Co-Director of Center for Child and Family Studies at WestEd where he directed the Program for Infant/Toddler Care.  He spent nearly 30 years at WestEd after years of… Read more »

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In her article at afterschoolalliance.org, Selena Levy addresses a mysterious, frustrating, scary and/or taboo topic, depending on who you ask.  The topic:  what can after school and camp programs do to support mental health and wellness?  It is a brief article for a complex subject, but it is well worth your time if you, or… Read more »

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We’re halfway through the year.  How are your New Year’s Resolutions holding up?  You’re not alone if you’ve veered off course, or if you never even got started. Whether it’s personal resolutions or professional goals, the struggle with change is a universal human experience.  Change can be scary, exciting, overwhelming, inspiring, frustrating, and/or invigorating.  Sometimes,… Read more »

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The Professional Family Child Care Alliance of Georgia will be hosting a Relationship Building Q&A Session Town Hall Meeting on Saturday, April 6th between Family Child Care Learning Home Providers and DECAL Representatives. *4 BFTS Approved Hours will be provided.* When: Saturday, April 6, 2019; from 9 AM to 2:30 PM Where: Our Lady of… Read more »

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